Diablo 4: How Many Acts Does the ARPG Have?

Published: Jun. 07, 2023
Updated: Jun. 07, 2023

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How many acts does Diablo 4 actually have? The answer to this may sound sobering at first, but anyone who has already had a look at our quest overviews will know that the rather small number of acts has little to say.

So, how many acts does Diablo 4 have? Six. However, if you include the prologue and the epilogue, there are eight. Nevertheless, this number is put into perspective a bit, because after the first act you have to choose a certain game area.

And your chosen area, like all other areas, has a location-specific, unique act. This means that you can't possibly play all six or eight acts during one playthrough. The individual story sections are called:

  • Prologue: Wandering
  • Act 1: A Cold and Iron Faith
  • Act 2: The Knife Twists Again
  • Act 3: The Making of Monsters
  • Act 4: A Gathering Storm
  • Act 5: Secrets Bartered, Fates Sold
  • Act 6: Dance of the Makers
  • Epilogue: From the Wound Spilled
Fnd more guides to Diablo 4 in our Guide Overview!

Diablo 4: How Many Acts it Has Doesn't Matter

What the number of Diablo 4's acts might not suggest at first is that they include a good 100 quests. That's a nice amount, though too few for a game that's meant to be kept alive for a long time. After all, not every Diablo fan will feel the urge to even start a second run-through after playing through the campaign.

Diablo 4 How Many Acts Are There

The prologue of Diablo 4 also counts as one of the acts.

Anyway, with our quest overviews you can get an idea of what Diablo 4 has to offer in terms of quests. You can find our list of main quests with descriptions here, while we list all side quests by area here.

Due to the large amount of quests, we are still working on the side quests of some areas, so the descriptions are missing in some cases. We will complete this list as soon as possible.

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After graduating from high school, I initially wanted to study instrumental music. However, eventually I pursued a career as a video game journalist, which I started at the prestigious Ehapa-Verlag publisher, among others. Today, I share my extensive video game expertise with Guided. I benefit from over 40 years of experience with PC and console games, as well as my work in game development for the indie studio Knights of Bytes. I understand how video games work, and I also know how to convey my knowledge in an understandable manner.
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